Meaning of puncher in English:

puncher

Pronunciation /ˈpʌn(t)ʃə/

noun

See punch

‘Graham opens a drawer in the abandoned Apollo Mission Control room and someone's stuff is still in there: rubber stamps, stationary supplies, and paper punchers.’
  • ‘It is going to be a very explosive fight between two aggressive punchers.’
  • ‘In his two defeats, both by knockout, he lost concentration and showed that, like many big punchers, he can be rendered unconscious too easily.’
  • ‘Are there people going around punching people with paper punchers instead of their fists?’
  • ‘One of the most devastating punchers to fight at featherweight, he ignored the basics.’